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Worst Hotel I have ever stayed in
Avaliou em 21 de Abril de 2016
Booked in to Hotel Aeromundo for a 5 day business trip with a college. To our surprise when we collected our room keys and opened the door what a complete shock. The rooms were like a prison camp, the air con was faulty and leaked in Room 11 there was also a massive amount of mould on the ceiling which was wonderful 'Not'.
If you want to be woken up every night by the buzzing sound of mosquitos or fruit falling from the tree in the centre of the hotel onto the room roofs then this is the place for you. The hotel bell goes all evening and night, outside is like a race track in the evenings.
I went to breakfast once and it was totally disgusting, the employee who cooks it is so miserable and the food is awful.
Avoid this hotel
Get to know the REAL Costa Rica
Avaliou em 29 de Julho de 2014
When visiting Costa Rica you have two broad options: you can either stay at a fancy resort and not really discover the real Costa Rica or you can stay at a local hotel and find the genuine flavor of Costa Rica. For my trip in July I opted for the REAL thing and stayed at the Hotel Aeromundo which is in Grecia, a few minutes drive outside of San Jose. The hotel is just steps away from the main landmark in Grecia which is the beautiful cathedral. Doris Castillo, the owner of Aeromundo, went out of her way to be gracious to me during my stay and even drove me back to the airport for my departure. I stayed in a room with two twin beds with air (AC is not standard in many of the hotels in Costa Rica since the temps are very agreeable year long). A home cooked breakfast was included. Staff was very friendly to me and helpful when I needed assistance. The big advantage of staying here is the fact that you are right in the middle of everyday life in Costa Rica. You can explore the many restaurants nearby and shop in the convenient stores. I even took in a community wide sporting event via a giant screen (the soccer game). WiFi was included. It's not fancy like a Conrad or a Crowne Plaza, but if you want to feel like one of the folks try out Doris's hotel. It's a home away from home.
Avaliou em 6 de Agosto de 2013
I have stayed at this hotel on 5 different occasions for 2 weeks each time. I have been very pleased with the services provided. The rooms were always cleaned each day. They have wifi and television if you need it. Breakfast was decent but it was the same thing to eat everyday. The hotel is centrally located in Grecia which makes it easy to get anywhere in the city. If you are new to the area and culture it is a perfect place to call home for a few weeks. The workers and owner can speak multiple languages if you are worried about language barriers. I would recommend this to any friend traveling to the area.
GREAT FOR ME!
Avaliou em 29 de Julho de 2013
I came to Grecia house-searching with the idea of becoming an ex-pat to escape the stress and boredom of life in the States. I needed a hotel that was centrally located so I could get a real feel for the town and to have access to stores, restaurants, services and buses during my stay. I considered the only B&B in town but didn't like the idea of going downstairs in the middle of the night to use the shared bathroom.
I read about Hotel Aeromundo in Lonely Planet and moved in. It is two stories with rooms built around a central patio which is a secure parking area with a huge tree in the middle. Security is excellent and my room even had a safe. Street noise can be annoying but it's part of Tico life anywhere, so I asked for a rear room away from the street and that helped.
As soon as I checked in I was treated like family. It probably helped that I had lived in a Latin country before (Argentina) and spoke Spanish fluently. Even without Spanish the helpful and cheerful staff knows enough English to minimize the "lost in translation" factor.
My room had cable TV, and WiFi that worked 95% of the time. The complimentary breakfast was typical Tico fare -- rice & beans, scrambled eggs, toast & jam, coffee, juice, a plate of fresh mangos, papaya and pineapple -- hearty and tasty and pleasantly served. I felt the single rate of $43 was well worth it.
My room was kept very clean, and there is a little kitchenette area with a fridge and microwave to fix something light if you don't feel like going out. There's a Palí market on the corner and plenty of eateries along the street and main plaza by the hallmark red metal church.
Overall, Aeromundo more than met my basic needs during my house search, and I felt comfortable and safe as I went about my business. I would certainly recommend it for folks who want a well-located, clean and functioning place to stay for a week or so. In fact, the place and staff kind of grow on you and I missed them when I left.
Avoid at all costs
Avaliou em 3 de Setembro de 2012
Possibly the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. The rooms are postage stamp sized, the shower obviously built to hold 12 year olds, a free breakfast served by a surly woman who considers you an interruption in her day. A dump.